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Latest biohack of light

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by Jack Kruse, May 17, 2015.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I just did an interesting 6 week bio hack that ended yesterday.....I used a focused blue light over my right facial nerve to see if I could stimulate a Bell's palsy or viral flare. I got a Bell's in this same nerve after a 3 hour Q & A last yr so I knew the ganglion had viral particle in it. Since NASA has told us that viral shedding and higher solar radiations are linked in astronauts I wanted to see if I could simulate it on Earth. I was unsuccessful with the Bell's but guess what did happen? A wart showed up in that dermatome. It came up right after a shave I had at Aidan Gill in NOLA and grew like mad over the 6 weeks. I stopped the blue light as soon as the lesion emerged but the growth rate was impressive. I used blue light to stimulate ubiquitin rates to manifest a viral shed. Interesting part is that I have not had a wart since I was 16 and then they were on my hands when I played baseball. I ended the hack with liquid nitrogen.........anyone see the irony there?
     
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  2. When you say you 'ended the hack' what exactly does that mean? Is it that the liquid nitrogen 'ended' the problem or 'cured' the problem. If so the 'irony' would be you increased ubiquination with the blue light but you 'ended' it or 'cured' it with liquid Nitrogen...................and my understanding is N increases ubinquination so if it is 'cured' it that is an obvious 'irony' N in this case seems to reduce ubiquination. Is that the irony?

    But it hinges on the meaning of 'ended' it is not clear what that means in this context
     
  3. Josh

    Josh Gold

    SO the rapid increase of light in the Spring tells us how well we went into pseudo-hibernation/regeneration in the Winter. Many people get sick as the light increases and or see exacerbation of chronic issues. This is no doubt up-regulation of Ubiquitination without the resources and proper circadian cycling to support it. This has been modeled in traditional medical systems for thousands of years. They talk about energy "rising" and "dispersing" in the Spring....This stresses the "Liver" which is responsible for the "smooth and even flow of qi/energy"....etc...
     
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I used liquid nitrogen to cryosurgery off the wart, So I used cold nitrogen to get rid of something warmed nitrogen helped cause
     
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  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    I think this correct.......when energy rises it is not always a good thing when the cells cant handle the flow........its why old house would blow fuses.
     
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  6. prAna303

    prAna303 New Member

    Or, dried grass light up like crazy when put under a strong ray of light. Wet and green once, not.

    Modern man is a copy of that dried grass now.
     
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  7. yewwei.tan

    yewwei.tan Gold

    Wanted to leave some philosophical comments ....

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    (0) Jack, why u do dis bro? o_O

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    (1) I generally do not like the messages of various "Biohackers" out there like Asprey, Ferriss, or Greenfield. It is mostly phrased as "these are the potential benefits, I think the harm is minimal". This leads to many people to just look at "these are the potential benefits", and eagerly try some stuff

    While I question the need to do this biohack in point (0), if you look at Jack's hack above, you will see that he is prepared for a Bell's Palsy (or worse), and has the resources and expertise needed to cope with that consequence. In that sense, the possibly harm is likely within Jack's ability to cope with it.

    Just how many people are in this position? o_O Almost no one in the audience that these biohackers reach (and certainly not me).

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    (2) People are going to kill themselves anyway, but internet biohackers potentially allow for systemic harm.

    Devops Borat said it best :p -- https://twitter.com/devops_borat/status/41587168870797312

    To make error is human. To propagate error to all server in automatic way is #devops.​

    Dan Carlin also talked about how the Idea-virus set loose by the Germans in WW1 was what led to the rise of the Bolsheviks, and which came back to bite Germany later in the war -- http://www.dancarlin.com/hh-55/

    I maintain that 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind' by Yuval Harari is the best book I've read this year, just to understand our history of reliance on nothing but ideas and belief for species-level organisation -- http://www.amazon.com/Sapiens-A-Brief-History-Humankind/dp/0062316095

    Pieter Hintjens reminds us that -- http://hintjens.com/blog:81#toc0

    We construct theories apparently out of nothing. We take observations and gut feelings, and the endless legacy of theories delivered to us by past generations. We design new, or improved theories, and we encode them in language and words to be argued, remembered, and shared.​

    (Credit to my friend Ryan for reminding me of the link)

    Part of the reason I'm also very pessimistic about Self-driving cars (other than the huge nn-EMF risk), is that if the network is compromised, failure is systemic. Yeah, today lots of people die in car accidents, but a car crash in LA doesn't affect someone in New York. With self-driving cars, if LA and NY share the same sorts of control networks, compromising one can mean compromising the other as well -- a sudden 10,000 car accident is a possibility.

    And I can tell you as a software developer who has seen the going-ons in big corps that our security practices and ability to prove software correctness absolutely sucks in todays' world. That's part of the reason why I want to work on specification languages (like TLA+), code generation (like GLS from iMatix), and strong cryptography (including post-quantum crypto).


    But the main point is that ideas from these biohackers spread, and if they spread without the appropriate caveats and "safeguards', you will see more harm than good spread into the world.

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    (3) We can only know how Complex Systems BREAK :rolleyes: -- http://tanyewwei.com/blog/20150412-know-how-things-break/

    So how do you go about fixing things? Like I wrote in the blog post I just linked, you have to put the complex system back into the environment in which it was created, where inputs and outputs start to behave predictably.

    Then, you start to pull apart the various inputs and outputs, and look at cause-and-effect one by one.

    This sort of research has led us to the use of red light in the 650nm and 850nm range, as well as some potentially use for UV light in the 270-380nm range. We do not know exactly what the best practice is yet, but at least we've got a way to deterministically put inputs to the system, and observe what happens, all while having plausible mechanism as to why these things work (photoelectric effect of objects in the body).

    Contrast this to some biohacker recommendations to "try X out, it worked for me and may work for you". I want to know why it worked for them, on a mechanistic basic. If they can't explain that, then take advice with caution.

    Remember that: "My Advice is Mine. Your Successes are Yours" -- http://tanyewwei.com/geyan/20150421-advice/

    ....
     
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  8. nonchalant

    nonchalant Silver

    This --->
    But I can see that he is exploring the nature of diseases. Blue light is stunning, in the effects it can have.
     
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  9. Jude

    Jude Gold

    Yew said
    ""While I question the need to do this biohack in point (0), if you look at Jack's hack above, you will see that he is prepared for a Bell's Palsy (or worse), and has the resources and expertise needed to cope with that consequence. In that sense, the possibly harm is likely within Jack's ability to cope with it.

    Just how many people are in this position? o_O Almost no one in the audience that these biohackers reach (and certainly not me).""

    ^^^^^^^^this.
     
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  10. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Modern medicine has to become aware of how light affects diseases........Tonight's PSA: Ask your GI doc to look at his procedure numbers by season: He'll learn why the Ubiquitin series is light based. GERD symptoms and resultant procedures spike by latitude in spring and fall due to light changes in micro biome ubiquitination rates and redox changes associated in the Northern Hemisphere.
     
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  11. Sue-UK

    Sue-UK New Member

    Is blue light on the skin a signal to take a virus to the skin's surface to be zapped by UV?
     
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  12. Butters

    Butters New Member

    How many session of cold nitrogen exposure you had to do Jack? I have a keloid under my underlip and my dermatologist tried one treatment with cold nitrogen, which didn't help and they decided to cut it away in the future. I now have made a meet with a mouth-jaw-face specialist because they do better scars...
     
  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    one session with two applications.......wart history
     
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  14. I am beginning to see why people get fat now as spring approaches. Most sickness around here occurs in February after a long period of darkness and consuming long light foods...normally I would leave winter with a bit of extra fat...this year nothing.
     
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  15. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    summer is more fattening in the modern world.......
     
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  16. Butters

    Butters New Member

    More fattening than what? Past summers or other seasons?
     
  17. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    Other seasons . natural blue light + manmade + EMF with high temps = Ueber Sommer
     
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  18. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    In a modern microwaved world with blue light summer is a 24/7 season now. Ubiquitination 6 all over again.......READ IT
     
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  20. Jill1

    Jill1 New Member

    how does it help with obesity? I wonder what a starting dose would be?
     

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